The High-Resolution Visualization and Animation Group consists of
JMU students and faculty in a wide variety of disciplines. What
brings them together is an interest in and/or need for visualization
and animation systems with a resolution that is an order of
magnitude greater than that provided by traditional graphics workstation.
The photograph on the left shows one frame of an animation of the movements of the planetary bodies in the solar system.
The original system was designed and implemented by
JMU undergraduates and continues to be maintained
and improved by undergraduate and graduate students.
The photograph on the right shows a visualization of the RIKEN mouse genome.